No jackpot here, however,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,why?
Many lower their bike because someone said it would be cool. They proceed to whine about the handling differences, bottoming out, dragging parts in turns, etc. They want to blame the bike and Victory for the consequences. It will shorten your rear suspension travel to the fender.
Changing geometry is always a shot int the dark. Some notice, some don't. If you ride to bike nights, polish and talk about riding, then you may be a candidate for such things. If you ride hard and long, you have a good chance of being disappointed.
If you do it, be sure to get a quality lowering link, take your time and do it right. You didn't mention your goals for lowering the bike, but chances are you may just take away the reasons you bought it.
Victory's historically have some of the lowest seat heights on the market, and you didn't mention not being able to reach.
Evaluate what you are looking to gain and go from there.
Some people go their whole life wondering if they made a difference, Marines don't have that problem.~ Ronald Reagan
2012 XCT, AFR+ Gen 4, Lloydz air filter. I don't equate noise with power.
I ride with the Force.